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Best Documentaries

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Gotta say Food Inc was pretty compelling. It actually pissed me off.

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I forgot the name of it but its a documentary that's hard to come by. It's about 3 students in some bum fug state that basically get accused and tried for murder, essentially because they are the goth kids of town and don't fit in. I believe one of them actually has a learning disability. I think Johnny Depp spoke out for them a while back.

I think it was on a CBS news show. It was pretty good.

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everything he does is the best ever.

i thought The War was amazing.

Jazz is a favorite because i knew next to nothing about and came away a huge fan.

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let me dip into the pstall archive that might not have been mentioned.

F is for Fake

Woodstock and Metallica's

Capturing the Friedmans(you might puke tho)

Hoops Dreams

my fave tho: Easy Riders, Raging Bulls.

Every single one of these is great.

extra credit for F is for Fake and Easy Riders, Raging Bulls.

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Ken Burns on the Civil War is the best ever.

Yea I can't tell you how many times I've watched it. Ashokan Farewell is a great theme song.

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Didn't see anyone mention Brothers at War yet: http://brothersatwarmovie.com/

Talhotblonde and Dear Zachary are both great docs and fugged my head up for a day or two, especially Dear Zachary.

Dealing Dogs was another good one, and there's another one where the same guy goes undercover at a pig farm. The movie is called Death on a Factory Farm: http://www.hbo.com/documentaries/death-on-a-factory-farm/index.html.

Back when I was in college, we had to watch Roger and Me. It really affected me, until I learned what a bullshit artist Michael Moore is, and they interviewed a bunch of people from the movie who said they were misrepresented or quoted out of context.

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I forgot the name of it but its a documentary that's hard to come by. It's about 3 students in some bum fug state that basically get accused and tried for murder, essentially because they are the goth kids of town and don't fit in. I believe one of them actually has a learning disability. I think Johnny Depp spoke out for them a while back.

I think you're talking about Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hill. It's about the West Memphis Three that have been in the news lately. They were all recently released from prison.

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